Saturday, July 4, 2020

I’m Delirious, Grateful and Amazed


As I travel down the trail looking for *Where Tigers Belch--you know looking for my special purpose--Ha, I am delighted to find road signs along the way. 


First, one of my blog readers will comment on a post (Bless their hearts). I will look up the blog post because I didn’t remember that particular post. “Hey, I need that.” I say.


(By the way, I read all your comments, thanks.)


Second, I started an online store—having my husband out of work has kicked me into action (Damned virus). And since I decided to sell some eBooks, I find information I wrote long ago, like How to Have Everything You’re Always Wanted, and A Dog, God & Me, which is really a conversation with God. I needed both of those. So, I revamped them, checked for errors, took my advice to heart, Pdf-ed them, and Viola’ got them on the shelf.


Third, as my daughter and I walked the dogs yesterday evening, she said to me, “Do you want to hear my take on the Law of Attraction?”


“Absolutely,” I say.


So, as the dog’s pee on bushes and fill their noses with scents of dogs’ long gone, she tells me that she thinks our emotions are the key. It’s as though we have a built-in guidance system, she says. If you feel worried, angry, resentful, you are far away from what you want. When you feel peaceful, happy, and delighted, you’re on. Your feelings are the key. 

For a long time, we’ve heard how emotions rule the way we progress through life. My daughter brought it right down and personal. It’s how you feel. It’s playing hot and cold.

Far out!


Back to Jo’s Store  # Jo’ s—


For years dreamed of having a bookstore. Well, here’s my chance now that we have gone virtual. I would like to offer coffee, but virtual coffee just doesn’t satisfy like a real live hot steaming cup of java. Setting up the store has been a process, but my back doesn’t hurt from the lifting. 

Please visit for I will be adding items, other stuff besides books as time goes on. And it’s fun to browse.


Think of bells tinkling when you walk in the door. The fragrance of brewing coffee tickles your nostrils. You look around at books on the shelves and notice the scent of paper fresh off the press. You find a FREE item to read, (both How to Have Everything and the first issue of Where Tigers Belch are free. You go to the counter, fix your coffee, black, cream, sugar? Or decide on the tea beside it—regular or herb. There’s ice for iced coffee or iced tea, and alongside the ice are two bottles of wine, red and white. Help yourself.


You take your drink and your read out to the patio, and there on the couch, you snuggle between soft pillows, prop your feet up and sip and read. Two of my favorite things. A perfect store.


Complete with your beverage and book, you decide to go into the store and check it out.




For those who expressed interest in Vision Training and wanted to know more…


There will be an eBook coming out in the future on Vision Training. 


Recently, my husband said that he had been going to the roof patio at lunchtime, and while sitting there, he would close his eyes and allow the sun’s rays to fall on his closed eyes. (DO NOT LOOK AT THE SUN- if you do, you can go blind. Lesser case scenario, I will come and smack you.). After a few days of letting the sunshine in, he noticed that the hills that are often misty, have become clearer, even on days when they are behind a fog. 


This phenomenon is something we are going to pursue. 


As our bodies age, specific components deteriorate. It appears that the retina of the eye ages sooner than other parts. Thus, people notice a change in their vision around 40-years-of-age.


A new study has discovered that “Red-light therapy can help arrest this process.


Hitting the eyeball with the right wavelength of light has been found to “recharge the retinal batteries.”


Apparently, having one’s eyes closed filters out the blue light waves and allows the red ones to hit the retina, as my husband was doing out on the patio.


The retina of the eye is rich in mitochondria, the powerhouses of the cells. They can be found floating about in the cytoplasm of the cells. The retina, with its high energy needs, has a dense population of these little powerhouses.


The University College London (UCL) looked at the potential for manipulating the performance of mitochondria. They found that red-light helped produce the energy-rich molecule adenosine triphosphate (ATP.)


Glen Jeffery, the lead author of the study, says that with an aging population, we need to try to stem this decline. He thinks that red-light therapy can help re-boot the aging retinal cells.


I have an engineer working on this issue, so there will be more later. But please note I am not a doctor, or a technician, only an interested layperson. So be careful, don’t begin shining red light in your eyes until we find out more. This is for information only.


To enter Jo’s Store, please click on


Don’t’ forget to subscribe to Where Tiger’s Belch. Don’t make me go it alone.

Much love, Jo